A large study, published in the renowned British scientific journal Nature, has found that people who received the Covid jab have a higher risk of visual impairment.
A new large cohort study revealed that people who received the COVID-19 injections were up to 3.5 times more likely to suffer from visual impairment than the unvaccinated.
The study, published in the renowned British scientific journal Nature, found that the overall “risk of retinal vascular occlusion in the vaccinated cohort” was significantly higher than in the unvaccinated.
Retinal vascular occlusion is a prevalent cause of visual impairment. One common type of retinal vascular occlusion is Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO), where “the flow of blood from the retina [blood vessels inside the eye]” to the heart is blocked “often because a [blood] clot is blocking the retinal vein.”
RVO and other types of retinal vascular occlusion can lead to vision loss, including permanent blindness.
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The study authors used the TriNetX network database, one of the largest health care and life sciences datasets in the world. “Data for this analysis were restricted to patient data from the United States collected between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2022, derived from 52 health care organizations,” the authors stated.
“Individuals with COVID-19 vaccination had a higher risk of all forms of retinal vascular occlusion in 2 years after vaccination, with an overall hazard ratio of 2.19.”
The higher risk of visual impairment that the individuals who received the COVID shot faced could not have been caused by the COVID-19 virus, since the study only included people that never tested positive for COVID.
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